There are at least two band named Stitched Up but our band is based out of Austin, Texas. Stitched Up fuse a wide array of rock and metal influences to give their music a distinctive edge. Jupiter Jazz And The Suicide Cult follows the release of their debut album titled 86 in 2018, which led to countless shows throughout Texas, opening for national acts including Otep, I Am Morbid, Doyle, Cancerslug and Combichrist.
Stitched Up`s sound is heavily influenced by the classic rock/punk scene from the 60’s and 70’s to the metal/thrash metal movement of the 1980’s and the 90’s and the current wave of hardcore, meta lcore, groove metal of the 2000’s. In a genre that is primarily dominated by four-and five-piece groups, Stiched Up brings a big, raw and dynamically powerful sound as a trio that rivals larger groups. Jupiter Jazz and the Suicide Cult explores the darker side of humanity paralleled with inspiration from pop culture.
Opening the album with Brujas…Slowly They Burn, intensely heavy guitars deliver driving rhythms with high impact. Featuring a sample from the 1970 film, Mark Of The Devil, thematically the track tackles misogynistic attitudes. The struggles of drugs and addiction are displayed through X2Y and C4YC, while NecroMantis is a track about toxic relationships and humanity’s cyclical behavior across generations. Accompanied by hard-hitting instrumentation and aggressive, full-throttle vocals, Stitched Up`s impressive heaviness produces an explosive effect.
Jupiter Jazz And The Suicide Cult ventures unapologetically into the grim realms of our existence to which so many turn a blind eye. Stitched UP`s composition creates an extreme atmosphere that aptly fits the album’s concepts. With unceasing energy and a fiery edge, Stitched Up will leave you wanting more. The track Goat Fucker,
Matthew MacMorran: Guitar/Vocals
Chris Roger: Bass/Vocals
Rom Gov: Drums
Featuring James MacMorran: Keys
Written by Stitched Up
Produced and mixed by Kfir Gov at Evil Snail Studios.
Mastered by Maor Applebaum at Maor Applebaum Mastering.
Artwork by James MacMorran, and Neo Sabbath